Players look to raise money for defib


Saturday the 28th of March will see the HoundDogs players attempt to complete a 5K run around Eastbourne’s Shinewater Park as part of the Park Run. The players are looking to help raise money for a defibrillator for Horsebridge Rec. The club have teamed up with SADS UK in our efforts to have a defib installed for anyone using the sports facilities at the recreational grounds.

In September the HoundDog coaches raised over Β£500 to put towards a defib machine when they completed a no drinking alcohol challenge, and now it’s the turn of the players.

Anyone wishing to sponsor them can use the link below. πŸˆπŸˆπŸˆπŸˆ is raising money to help SADS UK

U16’s team fixtures are confirmed

2020 will see the HoundDogs U16’s enter the national leagues. Teaming up with Kent Phoenix, the two sides will merge to form the Hellingly Phoenix which will see players from both sides, getting their first experience of league football.

The team will play in four tournaments, starting at Cobham on the 18th of April. the 27th of June will see the team host its home tournament at Kent Phoenix;’s home ground at Maidstone.

Both sides have had a couple of training sessions together and next weekend will see them join up with their Legion brothers as the two age groups take part in the 1st ever training camp.

Dog Bowl 2020 date announced

The HoundDogs organisation are pleased to announce the date of the 2020 annual Dog Bowl invitational event. The event will take part on Sunday the 14th of June at horsebridge Recreational Ground near Hailsham, the home of Hellingly HoundDogs.

The Invitational event will again see teams compete for the bowls across two age groups, Cadet and Youth. This season will also see a coaches match as the HoundDogs face off against local rivals, Kent Phoenix.

The event will again see the bar open, the BBQ lit along with a raffle and cake stall. All money raised is put back into the club to help cover the costs of running the HoundDogs organisation.

HoundDogs Chairman, Luke Boorer added “This is one of my favourite events in the HoundDogs calendar. We get to see the club come together and support some of our youngest players compete in a friendly atmosphere, which is where youth sports should be. We will shortly be announcing teams that have been invited. We are also hosting a coaches games where we will take on our friends from Kent Phoenix. I can’t wait to let battle commence.”